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THE NEWS AND HERA LA
WINNSBORJOu70. , a ,
0A. ArJANSu 6VIS. Romp,18
7N0. 6. RENOLJD.% Assoo1ATS EDITo.
THE NATIONAL TICKET.
WINFIELD S. .IANCOCK,
WULAAAM 1H. ENGLIS11,
Auex 8-ri'rniAs nAS ACCEPTED AN
invitation to address the people of
Augusta li behalf of Hancock, whom
he favored for the Presidency in 1868.
IN THE Iit- HI1FIX, MATCH ON
Saturday, at one thousand and eleven
liidi ed yards, an Amorican team of
four caeil out. third, being )eaten by
two Irish Jeams.
''lI.J ESUITS1' AIM' A )MUSINCI COMMi(
vrnblo sympathy in France. .In several
towns the otlivials have resigned rath
Imr thanl expel dihem, -while inl Lyons1
the lNwyers left tho bar in a body
when tle iewly appointed coimis
Sioner-s Came inl to take t heir seats.
TUiE GoVEMNOt H.\s NoT YET ap
pointed a sherifl'for Charleston coun
ty. Mr. Hugh i'o-'egusoin is said to
have seenred the iecommendation of a
ma111jority of the Chirlestonl Legislative
delegitionl. .1 le is a CnIldidatt. also for
the tll t-erm. Co. Ated IRhett will
also Seek the nomination.
Tin ll:1.:m.iCA NNrIONAL Execu
tive Committee have elected ex-Gov.
Mari1shal jewell, of Iassachusetts,
Chairman, and ex-Senator Dorsey, of
Arkansas, Secretary. On the sub
committee of twenty-two there are but
six Grant men. (Zaiield's friends are
evidently afiaid of the Grantites.
CARLEs BIADLAUGII, THE ENoUs11
demagogue aid Atheist, has been at.
last permitted to aflirm instead of
taking the oath, and is now a full
fledged member of Parliament. Glad
stone secured thc adoption of a stand
ing order that hereafter all members
of Parliament, if they wish, shall be
allowed to affirin instead of taking the
regular oath. On Saturday Brad
laugh was served with a notice of
suit for flve hundred pounds for sitting
in parliament and voting without
taking the oath. This means that the
Conservatives will test the matter in
The Funding SBandel.
A serious irregularItv has been
discovered in the f\mding operations
recently carried oni in the Court of
Claims. A bout one hiundred thousand
dollars of bills of the Bank of the
State that should have been canceled
and filed away are said to be missing,
and no one knows where they are,
whether funded a second time or
whether still in the bands of outside
persons, When the funding began
Commrissionier Colt emplAoyed Mr.
Alexander C. Laughlin, of Colutnbia,
former cashier of the Exchange Baink,
as an expert to examine the bills pre
sented for fundling, to throw out
counterfeits anid to cancel and file
away in paickages the genluine bills.
AboutI six hmluiiilre'd thloneuid dlollars'
worth of' these btills were funided, it is
said, and1( until very recently it was
suppblosedl that. all these we re safelv'
repjosinig in thme sealed brwowni paper
packages into which each lot had beeni
On the Governor's return to Colum
bia from Cincinnati he wias informed
that certain irregularities had been
dliscov-ered, in that one or two pack
ages had been for somne reason exam
ined and found niot to contain as mnany~
dlollarK as the endorsement on each.
package called for. Coimnissioner
('oit was immediately sumnmned and
ini fo,rmed of this thet, and lie caused the
arrest of Mr. Laughlin who had been
inl chaf'ge of the bills. After evidence
ta keni for the State, Trial Justice
F'iekling bound Mr. Langblin'over1 in
ihe sumi of $2,500O, to appeanr at coumrt.
A further invest igatlion was had, and
oni Satur-day Conini.siwner Coit maide
a tlldav'it thait he beclievecd a hundred
thousanid dollars are hiissing, where
upon Mr. Langblin's bail was raised
to $50,000, ini defaiult- of which lie was
('onunlitted to jail. Mr. Laughlin
deies anyv kn,ow ledge of thle discrep)
aney*v, anid as'ceri hi~ s entire innocence
ol frauI I. It is chariiged that looseness
preiC*iled ini thme Otii(e, efspeciailly in
lint the (ask of' recording and connt
ing thie bills wvas left to the care of a
single man, anid some hold( Commuis
sinner Coit responsible for negligence.
IIis friends say that the (duties of his
otfice were very arduous and that it
was necessary for himn to have an ex
pert, to dcide1 the genuineness of the
In the absence of all (lie evidence we
do not know whom to chairge wit,h re
sponsibility for this grave scandal, and
for this we await the action of (lie
court. Certain it is that the good
name of the State has been injured,
and that the Democratie admninistra
tion and through it thie party has re
ceived a severe blow. The peculiar
boast of (lie South Carolinau Demnocia
cy is that it administers affairs honiest
Jy, and this boast has been wvarranitedl
- by the facts. Scandals that have dis
graced other States have, as yet, been
unknown here since 1876. It is in.
eumbent, therefore, upon the adminis.
'tration to exhaust every moans in fix
ing the responibility for this affair
where it belonugs. The Demnocratie
Party of tI State 1-annllot Vt otsy
%Ind1e1 thips'reproach. Let iLbe idor.
stood buae Ihr all that1 the4 slightest
deviation fiom the highest standard ot
Morality wift be rebuked, and tht
any offence will receive swift.end aure
We are extremely leth to believe
(iat aniy crime has been committed.
But it is tsoless to disguise the fact
that there Is a deep Mystery enlvelopiig
this matter) Whih ust be explained.
We are confdent that (he administra
iou \will ferret the thing out without
loss of time. 111 0le Ineall time we
asksuspension ofjudgment in behalf
of Mr. Laughlin until he have a full
opportunity to present his dei-e,
A FEE 1 i 1 1i~' *ON.
Witi One ofFairfleitt's Daugh(eirs Saw in
tho National Capital and i a Trip to
Mount Vernon--A Delightful Time all
.Messrs. Editorm: Beingone of about
fifty girls from the Columbia Female
College, together with Mrs. Jonies,
wife of the President, and a few other
married Jadies (who went, as they
said, to keel) us straight) and Misses
Baker and Swygert, teachers in the
Columbial College) we left Colimbia
Thursday, the 17th Jumw, hi charge
of President J. L. Jones and Professor
J.l Walter )ickson, on an exeursion to
Washington City. Long bef'ore the
arrival of the Charlotte trainl, which
Was to carry us II a special car, we
mnight. have beenl Seen htuddled togethl
er near the track with tiinks, hat
boxes, satchels, &c., all eager to hear
the solund o' the Whistle of the engine
that wts to speed us oil our aiticipaut
ed happy trip. Soie were sitting on
trtuks, some standing, all chatting
anld but few listening. In short, it
wias a perfect ubel. as you cnn well
illiagifle, it you picture to yourself.1
fifIy light-hearted young girls let loose
at oce t'ron restraiit. o sorict College
discipline. 1n duie time thle trainl ar
rived. We were soonl all 0in board
and moved off ami(I thi, waving of'
handkerchiefs and kissing of liands to
dearrelations and friends. Neth,ig
worthy of note occurred trom Coluil
bit to Washington at which plnce we
arrived the next day at onle o'clock.
putting 111) at the National i0oll.
Being very n.uch fatigned, we speit
the remlaiiider of the d1- iln rest Itind
Saturday morning bright and carly
we set out sight-seeing.
THE w1i11TE HOUSE
being of most iIIportance was visited
first. It would take volumes to name
and describe everything secin
in that beautiful place, and I
will only ientionl a few objects
of the most linporttte. Aflter enter
ing tle gate we were first attracted by
a large fomutnin filled with beautiful
gold fish. In this lovely spot we
could have remained for hours, but
somn of' of' on' party wveie already a
great distance in front, anti for teai- of
losinig them we lingered here only a
few minutes. A fter a casual gIbine
at the grounds wve enitered the far
famned East lRoom. One of our party'
rearked that this was her idea O1
Paradise. The ceiling is divided inlto
t wo panels beaut iiil'lIy decora ted. The
chaldel iers, mirrors and tiiitu re arie
of the most elegant d1escription.~ Friomi
the wvall is suispended a maognificett
p ortrait of Martha Washin gtont.
Pasig on t wvestward we entter-ed the
Green Reoom-~so called from the color
of' its ttrnre. Next is the Blue
Itoom, ini which the .Presidenit r'eceives
his guests. It is of ovali shape, ihr
ntishied in blue and gold. Froin thie
south1 wiiulow of this room we have a
grand( view otf the P'otomate river and
lie Washintgtoni alonmentt.Th
roomi niext is the Red .looin, bin g, as
its niatme indicates, fturntishedl in r'ed.
It is used( by the President's fanmily aus
ai pr1ivate pl)'or'. We werc niot 'per'
imitted to enter hny of' the private
irooms, so I canniot describe their
beaut ies. We ne xt visited
TIlE COltCOIiAN A WT GALLERIY,
a gift to the United States by Mr'. W.
S.Corcoran, a wealthy banker and11
p)thlnthrlop)ist of Washiington. It is
openied daily. 01n Mondayi~, Wedntes
day and Friday an entraniice fee of'
twenty-five cents is charged ; on other
(lays admission is free. Leaivinig the
Galleryv we next proce0(ededi to La~tfimv
ette squar'e, opposite the Whaile
flouse. It litludes seven acr'es. Two(
broinze vases seven feet high and1(
weighitig one thousand thtree htmidred
pounids each orniametnt thie gr-ountds.
rhere is also the equestrian statue of
General Jatckson, which weighs fIfteen
toins. After samtner'ing somte tinie in
these gtrounds we iretutrned to the
hotel Iir (dinnerC. TIhis d1isposed of', we
wei'e read1y f'or another tramip. Th'le
neOxt day being Stundiay wet went to
the Metrmopolitan chturch, said( to be
one of' the fltuest in the Untited States.
A hymnn was sung, thtetn prayer' by
Pr'of'. ,J. WValter' Dicksoni of' thle 'Con i
bia Female College, after which the
pathor' of' the chTiurch preaOichied ani
eloquent sertmon. After serice we
were permitted to go through the
church, the sexton explaining ever
thting that was of' interest to usa.
Sundalty afternuoon we Visited Oak
11111 C2emetery, wuhiebi is iln Gortge
fowni, and1( is situaited onl the heights.
For beauty of situatin, exquisite t aste
in adorm nenit anid getieral miaitttemin
it canntot be sulrpassed. ft was
originally the gift of' Mr. W. WV. Cot
eo'an, and now embraces thir-ty acres.
Secr'etary Sttantoin, Chiiet' Julst ice
Chase and( maniy other' dist ingu ihed
deadl ar'e bur iied t her-e. Monday'
morning we visited the Capitol. iit
Iu front of' the gate we) p)aused to v'iew
the Naval Monument, the height of'
which is about for'ty feet. Two fig
tires, I I istory aidndierica, ctrownti t1le
tob), and lielow thI ese tigutres standtts
Victory' holdits a wreath ill hier righit
hand, BeneathI Victoi-y on each side
is a you thful Neptutne anld Mttrs. Thle
nmonumnent beaurs thle initiS'jtlon, ''in
memiory of the officers, setimen and1(
miar-i's of' the United Stttes Navy
who died ini defence of the Union andl
libety of thcir' country, 18ti1-1865."
Af'ter' adri'tg the mnoniument, wve
procceded to (lie east potico o1'f-lie
capit o, upon0 the steps8 of which thie
Presi'denits of (the U nitedI States are
inngut'ated. Above the south end of
the steps onl anm elevated block is a
marble grou p called "thle l)iscovery."
It consists of two figureos--Columnbus
hiolding the globe in. his hand, whtile'
beside hIm," torror-Wirickoen. Its n femn.1
11211h), The armor vorn by Columbius
14 Sati to be a cupy ora sitiI* he actually
wore. Tle group cost. $2D,000. Oil
the north sid Of the steps is anothur
group called "C4vilizatiol: or the
Settlemeut of the CounIry." It repre
seants the American pioleer iII conlict
with the Indian. .This group also cost
$29,000. We next entered the rotuI
da, which occupies the centre of the
Capitol. There tre eight largo pic-.
tures aroutnii its Circuit, ealchl occlpy
Ing a large panlel measuring eighteen
byv twelve fCot. Over each o'f the four
doors leading froiml the rotiitida is a
marble statue. The cost of the four is
said to le 8 1,000. We left the rotilda
and entered the Whi-spering Gallery,
wich is very i iterest ig. Two pe'
soils staliig illncdialt'ely Opposite
each other can coiverse cit.h the it
I,ost case in a Very low tonle of voice.
'le voiee of tI(h I)Crson SpeAkilI'
seems to be talking opposite an11
above the position he really occuics.
We next proceeded to the old flit o 0
Heprescntatives. Next we entered
tle iew Hall Of lIepreseWitaties. This
has a gallery capable 'o having crowd
ed mito it twelve hmidred Per1sons.
The ceiling is of iron, and in t,he centre
is a sky-light panelled with glass.
Seats for (he members with desks inl
fIont of them are aTraiged ill StMe0s
sive seIi-circles filcing the Speaker's
ve next entered Che Senlatc Cham111
bor. In appearancee it reseitibles the
1lahi of Ie I WeseIItatives, though mu11ch
sinaler. 'I'he desks o' the Senators
are of highly polished Imahoga-ny. (I
must not forzet to idd here thaft. each
member 0t* ouArl part.y had t li honor of'
taking a seat in oiur Senators' chairs
and also in thit of thle President.)
North of time Senate Chamber are three
roolms of great beatily. One is fle
IIresideit's. The vhole room is deco
rated in fresco, mid oi tle walls are
po-traitso1 Presideit, Washing;oll and
Ils Cabinlet. The floor is covered% with
a rich carpet. In this room the 'resi
<teit affixes his sigiature to bills.
Next we entered I e inlarblo room.
'Tle valls are of polished Tennessee
marble nd plate gla;s. Four mar
ble coltinmils Support (Ile uvilinlg.
Lealving this poom, we eo(neretd Ihe
library ofrCong-ress. These bevaultill
halls are (of ir0, i1chluding shelves
a1nd consequently are all five-proof, in
1879 (lie immber of vohn es was
3;52,651, besides 120,000 pamphlets.
Ltst, hut by If( 1iWIns lea-st, we de
sCended the steps that lead to the baise
tieit, and0 there We saw ill the imachi
i1ery for venitilauing" fthe builg.
After remaiinga fewv miiiutes on .lie
gr-ounds of the Capitol wo proceeded
to the otanlical (Gar'den. In this lrge
collservaitorv grow plants o'al! do
scriptions 1 trom111 the m1aje1stic 0 plmII to
the gracefil fern. We liext proeeded
to (he Smithisonalial listitilue, the be
luest of' anl English genteiima. The
National 1M11s-'u in deposited there in
elifes the collections of aill tle explor
ing expediliois of'the Lited States,
besides ,all other sorts of curiosities
which it wouhl Iqilie weeks to examli
ine arefully. Next. we went to the Agri
culturl Departicit. U is a dei-ilit
ful plaice, espeially under. the grape
arbor, but we were alraid to I'em1ainil
there long, lest ihe policenlian 'ould at
tempt to arrest us for tasting the
gr'apes m1er'ely to see if they were
sout'. The next day w11h10h was
Tuesday, we let't the Sixth street wharf
at 10) o'clock a. in.
FoR .\LOUNTr VERINON,
wh'lich is seventeen mniles south of' the
Capital and1( mnay be appr'oached by~
Ian or1 1 water. Tbclu first thing' of' iii
ter'est afltr leav'~ing' +1, l..io i .
Un iited States Arsenal, thie gr'ounds of'
which are beamai'ul, and well kept.
Just acr'oss thme Easterni Br'anchi w hich
flows into the Pototi below the Arse
al is the Insane Asvlunu. T1he first
landing is at, (lie townt of Alexanidria,
one of thme oldest and most imiportiant
por'ts of' the cooiies. Frm'om the Poto
mfac can be seen thie spire of' Christ
Church, o1' which Washington wias a
ve4rtrymanu. For't Foote oli the Alarv'
land sideC is thle secondil lanidinmg. It.'is
sit uted ont a high lutY( one hundred
feet above the water', id is six miles
froma Washiington. Fort, Wrashlinogton
is the last landinog beforme r'eachism
Mlomt Vernion, and is f'our miles (1if
tant. The tolling ot' the bell and the
hoisting oft the flag amniounce to (lie
paissenger's lhat they' tire apprl)oachin ig
the hoi of' Washington. After hamd-.
ing, the first object of' inter'est isth
toinb of' h1n whom was ''first ini war,
first in peace, anid fim'st in (lie hearts of'
his counitrymiuen.'' Th'le tomb1 i plaini
brick structure, familiar through anul -
tiplhied pints to everyv school-boy ini
(lie land. Nearer the house standls the
Washington Oak, mleasurinlg twelve
feet in cir'cumfI'eece. Th'e first build
inig reached is the 01ld barn built of'
brick brouigt, f'rom Eigltad. We
niext approac(hed'( (the dwelling house.
It. is inade ot' wood, thie sidinlgs ot'
wh'l ich Q arCut anid paited to r'epre'senit
stonie. The east. piazza extend(s the
enttire froiitof the house. IEight lar'ge
plarliis suppor(iit (lie roof; whichi is ornia
inecuted by' a baluistet'. En tering (lie
innini hail from (lie eaust the first object
of intterest is thie
KEY, 01" iiE n.\sTILE',
wvhich hangs in a glass friaine near' (lie
statircais(. TIhis embnllema was priesenmt
ed1 to (lie "'great friend of' libhertyv'' by
Lafavh ette af'ter (lhe (lest rtiction o' (lie
liastihe, and( wa'is highly prizeid by
Wasinlgton. We( next enitere'd (lie
east. par'lor' or miuswi' oom. hn this
rinI is the h,ir'sicnhor'd, W1ashinig(ton's
bridal present to Eleanior' Ciust is. ItL
was ai eleganit li ece oh'fi i'rnit ure (lien,
anid cost a thotmuaind dolairis'. Thhei'e is
Waushiingb.on's coimpass aid tripod,
used i is eai'ly sur'veys also (lie rose
wood (lute on which lie phty'ed. Th'le
netx t in order is (lhe 0oh1 St atte IDiinolu
1co01 ,(tha ceilIinmg otf whbiich is whlite
ornIaiiientedl With st It(cO Work. Ani
elabortel cl arn ved inmutch piece of' mamr..
ble is thme c'hiet' or'nament, of' this r'oomi.
(on a massive rosewoodi (able timnder' a
barge glass Case is a finodel of' (his ias
tile, wh Iich was pi'esetedm to Washini"'
((i onv by a(fa,vet te. The jui lit aryeqi.
mienits seen in thIs i'oom werte uised( by
Washinmgtoni in lBraddock's camignm,
1( einext prioceede(ld to (lhe Faimily', Din-.
ing Itoomt, which is niow used( as' a r'e
C('pt ion '[hue sid:eboar'd w~'ithI kife
and1( sp~oon ('ases stoodh ini bhis room ini
(lhe time of Lawren''Oice Waishinigtoni.
Next, east. of' this, is (lie coounsel r'oomi
which wais Washinigtoni's ftermer'stlidy,
beforie th1e e'xtensioni was butilt.
WI'e mnext emntei'ed the Ltit'rary. Thius
room wams designied by Washlmingtoni.
It is sqItuare and1 hats t wo lam'ge win.
dews opeing to (lie floor. There is
nione of' (lie ot'igial (furn itur'e her'e and(
no(hiing of' Interest save a phbister-'case
of tho heiad of Lany~etto. After as..
cend(ing (lie stala'case we emntered( the
r'oomnu h veh Washin tgton diecd.
T(here we saw thie bed dhOrese as it
was dur.iing~ his lif'etim e, also thme small
stands amnt thme stately autdt'ons tha/
Were hf use at the (Itun of' hie 1nel
A small staliwa: IOIAd to the Iroom0
UoV INOA bY Mirs. Washinou lol VWom
the day ofhls dlath until a year anld a
hlalftorlwardt3, whenl shte, too, died.
Thiv roomhin a11 oly oe pico of origi
nal futlituro, the small tallogally
After leavin gthe house we inspect
ed the yard. The west lawn is a driv
Ing park, entered through the arched
gat way at the ond of thie avenue.
Through thisgate Washiigtonl br-ougt
hig fair bride to Mount Vernon, 'id
beneath the same arch fori v vears
atiewtr,1, slowly flied thelong'lriiinot
M11111Cuers hat0 attenlded his I'-uerld
Ont Ole right of' the lawn is the flower
gardenl', aid ol leleort the ve'getable
giarden. The ilAwor garden is border
ed by ledoes of box. Bol>der-IIg tle
Imilm Walk7 ip a species of, hydrang-la
Ilich was birolugil. rroi tle grave of
Na.poleoin. The' flower 'garldeln col
tais a large nmilibelor i thserose Call
ed "6MIry Wainit (gton" aid Ilaily
other simllplo, moddost, flowers, 11rom1
daisy to lily.
Afte -I-endinr several hours a Ohis
delightful pleu, we took the steamlier
and ( arrivhed ait. Waing1imtol lit throo
o'clock. Late tla.telrnoon somlle of
our part y took i drive out to the Sol
diers' 1allme. The grounls einbrace
500 acres and are most beaultitiillyv laid
oil'. Tho drive widdhin (lhe eite'osurve
extends seven miles. The mnain buil
i is of ima'rle and tjiere are a11O sev
elltll marble collaiges Iri 11e ofilcrs.
III siluer. Prusidents Pierce, ivchanl
till and Linlcolni (eie here, anld
President Have siso Spellds at part of
Ofh. Avarml welithlel' ait O.his beautifill re
treal. Wednesdav Inlo'inbg we wenlt
to the Na0Y0 Yaru.'Th rounds ocu
)y 0about 27 acres. It conta-ins t numtill
her of t.1ophie" colllected with our tin
vid encounters ; and is Nvell worth a
The next place is (lie Treasury Do
)artllelt., which Contain 1 . iooins.
The cash rooln is tie most beuilfifull of
anyl). 'Thle va t-relof*Stee(l an1d ch.]ill
( 111on, and ar0 abouit 15 by 20 fleet inl
sizo. It was here duhat we saw the
celebrat-ed Dr. Mar.11y Walker, it) whoml
Ive werel. all introdficed, each refceivinli
a jlearl.y shatkv il-mln her hand. ' 1 'hf(
last place vi'sitd Was the l'alnt Oilice.
There iwe saw inny Ii this of interest,
fulonlg wIlich were Washillgtoil's 11111
,iol-Im anid Franklin's printing mress.
.I er iwer seveal'2 ': rea 1nthan 21in l (he
building 11111 we Imusel ourselves fir
t lollg vIhle try'ing to cotiverse with
them. We n1ex t reli'led to thle hotel,
paicked 0111 tritiks and)(] Olat a'tolernoon
att five O'clock left for' our. owi holnes.
.And flow. Mvssers. Edditors, inl conlel
sMonl I would adld that I have grivenl
voll but at very itilperfe'vt acecounlt of
the sights we saw, the iflilormllation we
ganthered, and the real pleasure we
ell.-yrd duinglou trip and, must bog
of' ymt and all yoilr readers to Ilake
th Into ecessarly Allowalnce fCol all imper
fectionls ill lhese file first scribbllings
rut te public press of' a
PusIDFNTr IIAN1m-oCK's CAirNF.T Fix
ED.-Itis tulderitood that lit the 1mlect
ing of'the leaders hist night, at which
fIe deal whicl resulted in Genweral
II.n1cock's eietionl wa%s arranlged, it
Was 11ndel'stoo(l thlat ill the ceit, of
his election the followinug gentlemilen
should collpose the Cabinet:
Secreta'y of State-Senator Bayard,
SCletav'r of tho Trauryn CBS--pake
SecreCtar.y of WVar'--GCenierai l'Crstn,
Secrtry'1 of' th Navv1.-Mr'.Hu
Ati tornioeGenrl-Clartkson1 N. Pot
ter'. of New Yor'k.
P)sI.tinaster' (.cuerlt-Gilhcr't C.
Secaryai1 of thle Initerior'--Colon1el
Morr'Iis'onl, Of Ilii s.i'
.Pr'omises wereC also made(1 r'Sespectin"
the amilbassaidorshtips to .Englaufl,
Franlce and1( Germtuvu.
It is salid, also,. t11l iaa g'oodl oflice
was,pr)1omtised to Alr. Entglish,. of' Coni
ple look np oln A. 11. Stephen01's as5 an1
enlori11us log'ician . I .tere is9 his st yle
oft logic: "'Is t(his flihing so? Cer'main'ly.
[A Pluise and1( 'Good !'] 15; this other:t
iing ttot. so? Certadiinly not. [Lonug
is so. Agreed(. The1n1 1 have atlso,
per' contra)', pr'oved( Itha1.t this other1
I hiiig is not so. Agreed. Attd, tuy
tr'ietnds, 1 am11 illiing to) pr'ove0 hids to
the whiole counItry." [D:ealfeninlg ap
WVASII1NGO'r'S PoTuart'r or Mit~
s1.11l..-W,hen Judrge Clif'or'd wats latt
here, a guest of' Drl. Glordon , lie rc
mar'kedl upon? thie htitfulnes5 oif' Watsh2
.Marshtall, and1( expresse'd a1 desire to
see. aI copy adorn'i thle wa'lls of' the Su
preml1e CJour't room1 at Waish intgloin, .
C. Mr I. Richanrd N. Broo()ke. a1 1native
arltis't, acted( upon wht fell f'rom .Jud(e
of' Wa2shingtona's MNarshallh. [Last week
lie too,k thecoy oWahnt,a
comnullt tee passed( ihvoranbly tuon it,
and( lie rce0ived~ a warran1111t. t' $8t00 for
is work. Warr'~enton Tr'~ue /dex.
Tfhei'e is a1 main otar11 towni,
Aiid lie is wondrou01s wvise;
WSheneve' he wvrites thle pr'ii 'intr lit
lIe dotteth till his i's.
And( wvhien lie's dotted(5 ali of' them
With great .angfr~/Joid andil case
I ie punctl unates each1 partagrap~hI,
Anid cro0sses all his f's.
-Rcem fluaen JiegqisIcer.
Up)0n one0 side alone lie wr'ites,
Anud never1 irolls his leaves;
And1( ft'otn thle meni of' ink ai smile,
An mar tiilks "'inser0t'' r'eceives.
And wh'len a (1uesfion lhe (10th1 ask,
(TIaught wiseli' lie hathl heen,)
li1 (d0th I le goodly three0-cen1tstamp,
F"or p)ostage batck, but in.
'Whatlever' tends 1to dliminishl sfitengfh
should be retmoved trom Ithe sys't.~t1
l"of' Ihose w,pukeinig diseatses ol'' baby
hlood-colip, dfiarr'hten't, etc.', use 1)r.
Th111's la by Si'irup~ii whlich alwvays
c!ire's. 1" r' stale by all dr1ug'gists, Pr'ie
..o cen't .
EASONAB3LE DR~U OS,
L.ORIDE of Lime, in conlvnieint
Ac d, ]innuith. Ilueing. Liobig's .Lxtract
o Beef, (Gargling Oil, ('ollodlon, Quick
8 .lver, Qtnnin, Cream1 Tlartar, Cod Liver
it. Sothmfg Syrupj, lioyt's Cologne.
july ti McAS TER, PJtICE~ & CO.
-Pt ,v 11 your.eubscrption.
WINES AND LIQUORS
IWOUL) most respectfilly Inform
n11y customers and the citizens of Fair
field generlh, hiat I keep in stock a
All supply of ilte Liquors, Cigars,
Tobacco, &(., &c., ain guarantee
Satisflction to any one giving me a
trial. My stock consists as follows:
OTARD, DUPUY & CO.'S COGNAC
UMAND'S SCUIEDAM GINS.
RAMSE-Y'S SCOTCII WHISKEYS.
JAMAICA L. D. RUMS.
F. MOIINO DE MORA SLIEIRY
P. MOLINIER PORT WINE.
G. 1H. MUMM & CO.'S R1EIMS
GENUINE RHINE WINE.
SAUATOGA PUlE RYE WHI18.
NATIIAN'S 1863 CABUINET RYE
STHAUSS' IMPlEJUAL RYE Wlllq
K EESE'S "OWN" RYE WHISKEY.
STONE NOUNTAIN RYE AND
CELEARATEI) PFF,%10E E1-1l,. RYE
KENTUCKY BOUimoN WiiIS
PLANTATION RYE WHISKEY.
VIRGINIA APPLE AND PEACH
NORTI CAROLINA SWEET MASH
PLANTATION CORN WHIISXEYS.
NEW ENGLAND RUM.
FR ENCIE'S "BOSTON" GIN.
VrERY FINE OLD CLARET WINE.
I ON NLA DE WIES
1 KEG D)11Y SCU;IlTEIRNONG WiNE.
1 KE?G S WEET SCUPPERINONG
1 KE(; SW~EET CATIA W~BA W INE.
lUEhiGEli & EN(G EL'S CELEBIRAT
ED L'AGEII hlEEl ON DI)IAUJGIiT
BASS & CO.'S IMPORTED) ALE.
PURE CRAB APPLE CID El.
PUlRE NATURIAL APPOLONA
CUGAXLS AND) TfOBACOO.
IR IA PSODY.-A STrR ICTrLY TENS
TI[E PRIME MIfNISTER CIGAR-Il
FOIR 25 CENTS.
THlE PUCIK CIGAR--3 FORL 251
TIHE CORLONETI CTGARL-3 POR 251
TIIFE SONORA CIGAR-8 FOR
THiE SMASIIER CIGARL-5 FOR 25
Ti hE LIGHITN ING CIGAR-5 FOR
THlE MONARCH OF ilEi SOUTH'I
CIGAR-51 FOIR 251 CENTS,
THET. MASTER STROKE CIGAR-5
TJ'IE AMERICAN T1WINS CIGAR
51 FOR[ '25 CENTS.
TilE COSTA RIICA CIGAR-8B FOR
- 10 CENTS.
THlE RIOYAL SEAL CIGAR-10
FORL 26 CENTS,
TI'IE RIOSE AND LILY C1GAR-410
PORL 25 CENTS,
THlE HAVANA ChIAROOTS'-5
Tr. *W, BLACK WELL'S SMOKING
CIHEWINO TOBA CCO-TH RLEE
I ~ SODA WAThR.
THEII UEST MIXED?I BEVERAGES
OF T H E SEASON SERVED)
AT ALL hOURS OF
'MlE D)AY, TO SUIT TIlE MOST
.F. W. UABENI4JIT.
may 8 ILEAR 01F TOWN HALL
.~~~~.~ 14V $ 44 1
GREAT BARGAINS IN SMOMS AT
HJAVING purchaoed a nice line during the recent decline, t will oftei'
great iuducoments to the trade for the next thirty days before taking
A good 12 Thread Serge Gaiter at $1.00
Somothing nice ib a Half Uloth at $1.25.
103 pairs Grain Shoes at $1.45
Something nice in Half Cloth and Kid Buttohed, very low for eash.
1 Case Brogans at $1.25.
1 Case Plough Shoes A $1.25
.U E ES.'t GOODS iN W1,I7NSIOlO FO 1 THE PRICE,
P Cases Woman's Polkas at 85e, 95c, and $1.05-far below their actual
Value. - 100 Pairs Ladies Cloth Gaiters at 95c, $1,1) and $1.25, to. reduce
stock. 100 Pairs Pebble Grain Shoes at $1.45. $1.05 and $1.88. 150
Buff and Calf Shoes at $1.45, $1.65 and $2.00. The best Misses Grain
Buttoned Shoo in the State for $1.25- -
Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware. These Goods I have marked down to
such prices that will defy compotition.
Just received fifty Patent Fly Traps. Give me a call before buying,
Js Lo MEIMNAUGH,
july 1 'Leader of Lov Prices.
The Best Ever ProiaRcedg!
THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
CffALLBANGES TIE WORLD TO PRODUC7E .Cit EQ UAL
K One thousand dollars reward ofl'ered to any person that vill dd a greab
a range ot' work, and do it as well, on an otiler miijachiinei as as can be done on
(he "DAVIS VElRTICAL FEED SEWl O ACH INE." Arrainemelits fop
the contest will be made with aiy oie deshiring to collpeto for the 11ovo-nam1ed
reward, within a reasonable thne after written application is received.
DAVIS SEWING MACIL NE CO.,
Another large lot of the above Machines and the Improved 1rYeed just rc
ceived. J. 0. Bo.u, Agent.
- 'MI~ W- no r3a']-*43 a-Z]QrE:l&
White and Colored Piques, Dress Goods in variety, lu3ion, Silks, Satins,
Ribbons, Corsets. Gloves, Notions, Hosiery, Lace Bonnets, Ruching,
Bolts, Linen and Lae Collars, Fichus. ries and everything generally
found in a first-class Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Millinery Establish's
nent. You can got all you want as ioasounably as same goods can be bon,'ht
anywhere. J. 0. BOAG.
Frssh A-r va1s Every Week
-AT THlE NEW STORE.
Uloth. Shet ing. Pilmy Cse Gotons,0fl.n'apst theeh.n ost.
o)urptrehases have been made nKFoRE TilE TIDAh WAYE IN PRIoIEs AND) AF'TERt ITS
sIt 1381e DN N. a t, in eomAsq t ( cOaE .31e oo al$to 1( i O ettstomers for their piat,ronage.
WE SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH !
may11DESPORTES &, EDN ADOS.
F. ELDEB & CO.
DESPEOTFULLY beg leave to inform tho citizens of Winnsboro ana
.i surrounding country that they are now in receipt of their Spring and4(
DRY GOODS IN ABUNDANCE
CLOTHING FOR EVERYbODY.
STRIAW AND FELT HIAT$.
SHOES FOR MEN, LADIES AND CHILDREN
NOTI' NS IN PROFUSION
AND L1NN DtJOCNS.
All our doods are fresh, newv and pretty. We will take pleastlre in
exhibiting our stock to any and overy 0110. GAve us an early call.
OUR GROCERY STORE
Is full and complete as it always is. Picos and Goods guaranteed, :h
sure to come to see us, and g'on will certainly get your money's war b,
A NEW siily of Fafnily and Planta
15~ bbls. Choice Now Orleans Mola""~0
:10 bbls. Choice Ottba Syrap, besides othei
grads. LOAUk. WE BEG LEAVE to inform ottr
Jackson' best grades Family Flot'r, Customers and the public generally,
ALSO, that we have piurchased from1 Messrs,
A ilo or P.atcht Futmily Plour-the best. McMASTERt BR1CE & CO. theh'
NUGOARS. I nftire stock of
All glades, from the hiighest to the I A D ~ l
COFFEidge And that we will always keep onl
Poahorly ar ioihe1 ne) a idJa ahd hand a FULL AND 8ELEOTED~
PLOWSSTOCIC. All we askc is a ttial, and
botghtbefre headvndo an oteryou will find othr sto.ok and prices to
articles too nlumeronut to inenation, All sut
sold at the lowest possible prices,.uf
feb 28. n'6..